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SteelSeries Apex 300 Specs

SteelSeries Apex 300 Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelApex 300
DateNov 2015
Device interfaceUSB
Recommended usageGaming
Keyboard layoutQWERTY
Keyboard languagePan Nordic
Connectivity technologyWired
Keyboard form factorStandard
Keyboard styleStraight
Wrist rest
Numeric keypad
Hot keys
Programmable hot keys
Windows keys
Adjustable keyboard height
Non-slip base
Full-size keyboard
Colour of productBlack
Ergonomic design
Backlight colourWhite
Surface colorationMonotone
Mouse included

SteelSeries Apex 300 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-09-30
It's been a while since we reviewed a gaming keyboard and Steelseries have opted for a traditional membrane variant over the increasingly popular mechanical keyboards from the likes of Razor and TteSports.The Apex comes in two flavours, the standard Apex...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-07
Steelseries Apex Keyboard Review. Today a new addition to our review team takes a look at the Steelseries Apex Keyboard. welcome to my first review, I'm Meinie a long time gamer. Currently, I'm playing the likes of FFXIV and Diablo 3. While the specs of a...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-03
Low actuation benefits FPS play, Gorgeous lighting, Intuitive softwareExtremely expensive, Not ideal for typing or most game genres, Bigger than it needs to be
Gaming keyboards generally come in two flavors: all-purpose and massively multiplayer online. A mechanical keyboard that puts first-person shooters (FPS) front and center may raise a few eyebrows, but that's exactly what the SteelSeries Apex M800 ($199) t...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-20
The SteelSeries Apex line of Keyboard first hit the market about two years ago, bringing in a level of accuracy and comfort you would expect from a mechanical keyboard and not membrane. So you knew it was only a matter of time we would get to see a Mechan...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-19
The SteelSeries Apex M800 is the newest mechanical keyboard from the popular peripheral company, and acts as the introduction of their new post-Cherry switches, known as “QS1.” The Apex M800 features full RGB options with 16.8 million colors and per-key c...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-27
Like all good keyboards, the Apex M800 features full nkey rollover and antighosting so you can always be sure your key presses and combinations will properly register. In fact, the Apex M800 has not one but two processors inside. The first is a simple ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-29
When it comes to keyboards marketed towards gamers these days, RGB keyboards are in. Though static colored backlit keys have been a mainstay in keyboards for years, manufacturers have begun to offer a vast spectrum of colors on keyboards—once a feature re...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-31
Switching keyboards is like getting a new car. There's an adjustment period, and everything feels foreign for a while. Using SteelSeries' APEX Gaming Keyboard for the first time reminded me of shifting from my old Sentra to a new Mustang. It's bigger, it...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-24
After the hype from Corsair's K70 RGB since its announcement early this year, mechanical RGB keyboards became all the rage. Several companies even managed to beat Corsair to the punch and release an RGB mechanical keyboard first, such as the tenkeyless Ro...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-02
Colorfu, customizable desig, Better-than-average membrane key, Lots of extra programmable buttonsUnreliabl, confusing installatio, Macro recording limitation, Hampers typing speed
The problem with naming your product the "Apex" is that, by definition, it has to be the very best one available. The SteelSeries Apex keyboard ($100) is not that, exactly, but it certainly does more right than wrong.Make no mistake: This peripheral is ov...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Of all of the editors on Techgage's roster, I'm probably the last hold out when it comes to switching over to a mechanical keyboard. I've tested them before, and I can see why some people like to use them exclusively, but I just don't see the need, person...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Build Quality, LowProfile Keys, 22 Macro Keys (88 Macro Commands Total), 5Zone Color Illumination, Independent Media Keys, AntiGhosting Technology (Up To 6 Simultaneous Key Presses), Enlarged Space Bar, Removable Rubber Feet, 2 Front USB PortsPrice (For Some), Membrane Keys (For Some)
During the past 3 years or so most gaming keyboards we've seen roll-out from the majority of the gaming peripheral manufacturers out there have been mechanical ones since they offer superior durability (build quality), much longer lifespan (key presses) a...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-27
It's been over three years since Legit Reviews took a look at a keyboard from SteelSeries so it's time to catch up on what's going on with the Apex Gaming Keyboard that was released back in summer 2013. This is a backlit membrane keyboard with lots of mac...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-12
Sleek design, Countless lighting options, 88 macros, Two USB ports, Non slip rubber feet, Easy programming, Key strokes are quietHard to keep clean, Rather large, Lacks simple height adjustment
Got bling? The SteelSeries Apex Gaming keyboard sure does. Are you looking for a high performance, fully customizable keyboard with virtually unlimited lighting and macro options? Well, if you are this may be the keyboard for you.So let's take look at the...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-05
Dozens of programmable controls. Four independent custom lighting zones. Tactile anchoring on the W key. Additional diagonal arrow keys. Dedicated media controls. Extra-large space bar. USB Pass-thrus.Silicone dome switches
I've seen and reviewed some large keyboards, but the SteelSeries Apex$84.99 at Amazon might be one of the largest I've seen. The Apex has to be large, if only to fit in all of the dozens of keys and features offered on the keyboard. SteelSeries has loaded...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-27
When SteelSeries asked if I wanted to review their fancy new Apex keyboard I absolutely jumped at the idea. I've never reviewed a keyboard before and this one has lights and extra buttons and everything so this should be a lot of fun.It isn't. It's hard w...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-13
Back in the days, I used to visit my cousin in Toronto every year. Actually, I still do, but that is another story. We used to hang out in the den of his house, where he would sit in front of his desktop computer, and I would work away on my laptop. Occas...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-13
At first sight, SteelSeries Apex will capture your attention with its light zones, size and macro keys. Apex features a very unique design, 16.8 million colors to choose, raised macro keys and other features which we will mention later on. It is truly a g...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-18
You know that old saying, about how you can never go home? It turns out that it applies to keyboards, too. For over a year now I've been using mechanical keyboards, which cannot be matched for precision of actuation and sheer luxurious feel. It's a chan...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-15
Lights!, 22 Macro keys, USB hub, Independent media keys, braided cord,   And the cons, Not mechanical, Left macro key stroke sometimes annoying,       Final Words, The only thing I find unfortunate about the Apex is that its not a mecha
First I want to thank Steelseries for providing me with their new Apex Gaming keyboard, its a really nice keyboard with illuminated keys you can customize how you want to.About the Apex:SteelSeries Apex is designed to give you everything you want and more...
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